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Final Fantasy XV Update: HDR Support On Xbox One S Confirmed

By Sarene Mae Butao , Oct 08, 2016 05:04 AM EDT
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Final Fantasy XV release date has been lurking around the corner as it is slated to arrive next month. Even though the upcoming RPG game is officially listed on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. However, the way Square Enix has been doing during its marketing campaign shows a little bit of speculation that the publisher is favoring Sony. PlayStation are currently receiving a custom PS4 Slim Final Fantasy 15 bundle and an HDR support for PS4 Pro as announced on the beginning of September. Thankfully, head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, recently confirms that Xbox One S will be getting an HDR support for the upcoming Final Fantasy game.

According to Attack of the Fanboy, Final Fantasy 15 is considered as one of the biggest holiday release this year and Spencer is aware of that fact. He has been vocal on expressing out his support for the Xbox One S especially on some criticisms that the console has faced alongside the launching of the upcoming next-gen console known as the Project Scorpio that is scheduled around next year. 

This announcement from Spencer may not be considered as a blockbuster one but it is critical considering that PlayStation Pro's price tag is a little bit higher compared to the Xbox One S during this holiday season. In addition, it is considered as a more appealing machine as well. This HDR support for Final Fantasy XV might be a game changer for Xbox One S as gamers are expected to purchase new consoles this December.

With Xbox One S having a reason to compete, Game Rant reported that a recent study also shows that the said console improves some of the games performance. This means that several older games will be boosted from a machine that is quite affordable than the PlayStation Pro. Nonetheless, beyond all the competition, Spencer's tweet also confirms that gamers on both consoles will be able to relish the most vital thing this summer season.

Final Fantasy 15 will arrive for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 29.

 

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